St. Paddy's Irish Stout All Grain Recipe

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St. Paddy's Irish Stout All Grain Recipe

An Irish Stout for St Patrick's Day. St. Paddy's Irish Stout is a dry stout with plenty of roast, a hint of chocolate, and a dash of coffee kiln malt. Hops lean towards bitterness with a dry roast finish. A little Irish Knowledge for ya: Each year, millions of Irish and Irish-ish gather in their favorite pubs to celebrate and pay homage to the great Saint Patrick. The best gather around their favorite brew pots, well in advance to brew their favorite Irish Beers. Saint Patrick's day brings out the best in all of us, as green becomes the color of choice and kissing total strangers, simply for being Irish becomes socially acceptable. However, there are few things that are not socially acceptable when it comes to Saint Patrick's Day. The foremost is the shortening of the name Patrick to Patty. Paddy vs Patty - always Paddy There are many shortened versions of the name Patrick in Ireland. There's Pat, Paki, Paddy, Paudie, Padraig and Padraic (Gaelic versions) but never, ever Patty! What is socially acceptable? When it comes to Patty, now you know. You go kissing total are on your own!

Yield : 5 Gallons
Original Gravity : 1.044
Final Gravity : 1.012
Color / SRM : Black
Alcohol by Volume : 4.20%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 24

Specialty Grains : Carafe II, Chocolate, Coffee Kiln
Hops : Bullion

Recipe Includes : Base Malt Grain, Specialty Grains & Hops
View The St. Paddy's Irish Stout All Grain Recipe Instructions here.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
St Patty's Day Stout

The kid arrived as described. Very easy to brew and make. This beer one finished brewing. The all-grade version gives you great notes of coffee and chocolate jet black beer with a beautiful tan head. Highly recommend this kit.

Ben Traver
Roasty goodness

This is my second time with this brew. (First was extract and also very good) This batch was kept at low mash temperature for a bit raised to 156-158 deg. F for an alpha rest before moving forward. It just went into a keg to condition until Paddys day. The Irish Ale at 64-66 deg. F. was smelling wonderful the first couple days!

Great Beer

This was a great recipe. Would purchase again.

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